|Did anyone find out already how to save settings when logging off?|
--- On Mon 03/20, Jim Cornette < fc-cornette insight rr com > wrote:
From: Jim Cornette [mailto: fc-cornette insight rr com]
To: fedora-list redhat com
Date: Mon, 20 Mar 2006 22:33:43 -0500
Subject: Re: [FC5] First impression
> After downloading FC5, I eagerly started installing.
> Installation went flawless, except that the package selection is more
> detailed/work. And certain usefull applications are by default not selected.
I agree that the selected defaults are not the applications that I use
regularly and find valuable.
installation, I noticed certain things which saddened me ...
> * Gconf wasn't installed (by default).
> * When logging out of a graphical enviroment, I can't select the option
> anymore which allows me to save "any active stuff" ("remember
> settings"). So every time I log in now, I have to creat manually a
> terminal window in desktop 4 because I'm used to it.
Some changes to gnome are regressions and should not even be considered
to implement the changes. A save session should be available at logout.
> * When updating/installing software through the "add/remove
> software"-option, it automatically goes on internet to grab the software
> (no DVD?)
If you add a local.repo file with the path to your dvd and also disable
the Internet bound repos, you should be able to grab packages from the
dvd instead of the Internet.
You are right that there should be an automatic detection to chec!
you have local media inserted with the rpms before it goes out to the
Internet. This should have a bug report to add this sort of detection
and local install if media is present in a drive.
> Changes are not always for the best ...
I agree with this statement.
I'll see you... on the dark side of the moon...
-- Pink Floyd
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